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The Continuing and Community Education Department is responsible for the administration of several programs including Adult High School Credit Programs, Literacy Basic Skills, Adult English as a Second Language and the Program for Alternative Learning.

Students may achieve high school credits by either registering for correspondence courses or by registering as day school students where they can access teacher directed credit courses or e-learning courses.

Students who have never attended a high school, who have few high credits or who want to upgrade their literacy and numeracy skills may access the Literacy Basic Skills program.  Individuals interested in this program will be assessed in order to determine their learning needs.

Individuals new to Canada and who's first language is neither English or French and who can demonstrate that they have met eligibility criteria set by the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration may enroll in the Adult Non-Credit ESL Class.  Half day classes run in Deep River, Pembroke, and Petawawa.

The Program for Alternative Learning (PAL) provides educational opportunities for students between the ages of 14 and 18 who find attending regular high school difficult. Students in this program are referred by the principal of their high school.  In special circumstances students not connected to a RCDSB Secondary School may be admitted.

Links to these programs are available on this site.

Office Hours are 8:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Phone: 613-732-8740